The NBA moved this season's All-Star game away from Charlotte due to North Carolina's controversial House Bill 2, but commissioner Adam Silver said bringing back the mid-season festivities to the QUeen City is “a high priority” in 2019 — as long as legislators revise the bill.

“Our owners and teams are based all over the country in red states and blue states and purple states,” Silver said Tuesday, via the Charlotte Observer. “It was a strongly-held view that HB2 was inconsistent with the values of this league.”

HB2 nullified Charlotte’s expanded non-discrimination ordinance that extended legal protection for gay, lesbian and transgender individuals. It also requires transgender people to use the bathroom that corresponds with the gender on their birth certificate in government buildings.